Bloxham, John an English friar and writer who flourished in 1334, was born at Bloxham, Lincolnshire. He was bred a Carmelite at Chester, and, remaining there, was prefect of his order in the British Isles for two years and a half. He was employed under Edward II and III in several embassies into Scotland and Ireland. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), ii, 288.